Remy Cabella has been interviewed in the French press and would you believe he doesn’t say he wants to leave Newcastle, and in fact he says there is still work to do at Newcastle, and he says the players need to create something on Tyneside.
Remy Cabella – coming into good form at Newcastle.
Cabella has had a tough time of it in his first six months on Tyneside, but he’s also shown he’s a strong character – which tends to show through when people are challenged – and to his credit the 24 year-old has remained positive – even though things have been tough for him, and he’s had trouble coping with English football.
But on the positive side we are now starting to see Remy in some very good form, and he had a great game at Chelsea a few weeks back, and hopefully the tide has now turned for him – we hope so because he’s such a positive lad.
This is what he has said in Montpellier’s local newspaper Midi Libre:
“I am enjoying myself. Each game is intense from the first until the last minute. I need some time to adapt. I have lived through several months that were a little difficult both on the bench and on the pitch. I am discovering a new league and new players. I feel much better, I am playing my game as I feel it.”
“I don’t regret the decision to join Newcastle at all. The decision, which I made, I take responsibility for and I do not regret it.” “We learn when we are put in difficult situations.”
“It is not because I am not playing or only playing a little that I should say to myself: “OK, now I am leaving.” That is too easy. At Montpellier, I rose steadily.” “When I became a professional for the first time it was difficult. It took my 2 or 3 years to feel good. Here, I arrive with new players, we need to create something here.”
“In order for me to be at the Euros, I need to be starting and performing for my club. I came here for that reason, to know something else.”
“The day that I complete my gaps, I will be better and I will return to the National team.”
Those are good words from Remy – who has remained popular with Newcastle fans and it would be great if he now can keep showing his top form for the rest of the season, and there’s no doubt this lad has lots of talent and he’s been close to scoring his first goal for the club on about five occasions.
Maybe he can score one for us at Hull City on Saturday?
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